Tigger

Hello. We lost a very special cat named Tigger. She was actually the neighbor’s cat who gave up his ownership rights. She became very sick and he would not take care of her, so I took her to see Steve Milner from Milner Veterinary Hospital in Oregon City. He ran some tests and found out she had feline aids. Steve said she could live with aids, just would have a compromised immune system. I took her in every six weeks for a shot and she would feel much better after that. Tigger was a very loving and beautiful cat. She really got to my heart and I loved her very very much. I tried to save her, but she ended up getting a very large tumor on her neck and then wouldn’t eat, so I knew it was time to take her in to see Steve. We have been to many vets in the past, but really appreciated the way that Steve took care of our special friend, Tigger. She will always be remembered…..in our hearts forever….

A donation was made in Tigger's memory and the memorial was created on April 29, 2019.

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